Mekong cycling tours

If you plan to make Vietnam Cycling and would like to enjoy the pure and quiet atmosphere of the countryside, your travel should take Mekong Delta at the top priority. It’s sure that you will have opportunities to experience fantastic moment of Vietnam Cycling Mekong delta. It would be a great trip that you have ever had in your life.


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About Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta has also been named as Vietnamese bowl of rice, because it is carpeted in a dizzying variety of green paddy fields. It’s is the land of miracles where with only ten percent of the country total land mass can pump out more than one third of its annual food crop. An Giang is the province that produce the most quantity of rice in this area.

Cycling Vietnam Mekong

Not only being the kingdom of rice, but this place is also well-known as the water world that moves to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong river. Moreover, the nine tributaries of Mekong river made its name as ‘Nine Dragon” or “Cuu Long” in Vietnamese. The innumerable rivers, canals and streams that criss-cross the landscape has become the unique of this region on which boats, houses and markets float.

There are more than a dozen of towns in Mekong Delta, where you can make your Vietnam Cycling Mekong around and enjoy specific features together. Apart from rice as the stable crop, there are coconut palms, fruit orchards and sugar-cane groves thriving in nutrient-rich soil that make the economy of the region more bustling. One of the most affined images of Vietnam is the sight of conical-hatted farmers tending their land, which you can easily admire in your cycling tours.

Activities in Vietnam Cycling Mekong Delta

The diversity of this area will take you by surprise. It’s more than wonderful and memorable to make cycling tours here. For biking tours, the most suitable time to make Vietnam Cycling Mekong Delta is in the dry season, which runs from November to May.

Located in the flat plain, Mekong Delta has more convenient roads for biker than anywhere else. Riding along the prosperous paddy fields, you can see herds of buffalos grazing, which is considered the symbol of the delta. Everyday scenes also include the white ao dai of schoolgirls in the early morning or the locals scampering over monkey bridges.

Vietnam Cycling Mekong

The most interesting experience to many foreigners is visiting floating markets at dawn. You can find anything here, from fruits, vegetables to handicrafts and potteries, so you do not need to worry about souvenirs for your friends. Especially, animals that surely afraid visitors such as: snakes, rats, etc. Could be sold here as food ingredients. Are you brave enough to try those?

For cycling tours Vietnam in Mekong Delta, you can choose homestay accommodation to stay with local residents in order to easily enjoy local specialties as: food, daily activities, music,… This is a fantastic time to exchange culture and improve your Vietnamese. Eating fried gourami, napping on a hammock in the orchard, passing fragrant lotus fields, or visiting shrimp farms will be your unforgettable memories.

Vietnam Cycling Mekong

These information above are just a glimpse at cycling tours to Mekong Delta. There are a lot of things that you can only experience by yourself. Are you ready for the next trip? Let’s go!

7 replies
  1. Sarah Ebner
    Sarah Ebner says:

    I didn’t realise cycling was so good and easy to do in Vietnam! I love the idea of whizzing past the paddy fields and also seeing the monkeys scampering around.

  2. Hannah
    Hannah says:

    Haha bowl of rice! I love that nickname! The Mekong Delta looks so stunning and I can see that cycling would be great way to explore the area and everything it has to offer.

  3. Valerie
    Valerie says:

    I want to visit Vietnam so bad! We went to Thailand last year (which we loved!) and my husband checked out a floating market when I wasn’t feeling well. We both really wanted to visit Vietnam though but we were a little intimidated since we hadn’t been to SE Asia before. The Mekong Delta sounds like an interesting place to visit and I would love to see all the rice fields.


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